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[No, 6,

UJROXG.

Kun    fu-lung   yang   sang   luk.     Ln3;-:nwau     kol-sai    r
one       had    two                    $*M*his

-pG      e,
t'J, 'fitter   0,

kliung    mau      ok-clia       kha-lau   tl-fat-kwo     bang-kau    liaii-ma,'       fi-nan
goods     your     property    faow-mtwh    portion t        iv-me          g&e^           On-that

po-mwan       khang-pa-cliau    k!iung»nai   liang»khan monsr-hau-jau*   Mu     n'-pai
father-Ms  proyerty-of-hiintelf goods-ike      to-them         divided.     Time  not-many

hiiDg-nai

ktiun-kau    iuk-chai        an-nai        kliiing-pa-cliau      tang-lung
and            son        younger-the      goodi-his-own            all

liam-s!

5.      ka      mung-kai            hit-keng-yok-8i       tang-lun^     au-sum-ka-yau.

went   a-country-faf)     with-riotous-living         all                  wasted*

mun    tang-lung       mat*si            rauEg

Alt           all        having-spent      country

fan-tlp-yau.

Tl-nais

nian-ko                tuk-fau-yau,                That-naa

Tie-also         beg&n-Me-in~want.         J?or4k®t

mwun-ko

ti-chau-hun-Mti

ka-sau-nty,

to- owner-oj'-house-one    went-joined-with.      To-t$®d

mu           kua-hiia        nan

swine   persoK-of-home    that

ti-na      pa-oliau

bang-man      poi-haH-yau.           Ti-uan

him                 sent.                  On-tbat

fi-kin-obak            mu

mks     of-simiie
bit-pyo-chi

fa i